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  1. Dear Bill, Pat and Melvin, “However, we have put up with it because you do provide some sound advice and you haven’t blatantly broken any rules.” Bill the “publisher”, May 21st, 2019 https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/54103-hw-hattingen-konior-feriduni-devroye-or-bisanga-for-fut/page/2/?tab=comments#comment-509774 I’d like to take this moment to express my sincere appreciation for the “tolerance” I’ve received over the past fifteen years and over 7000 posts. The sheer strength it has taken to “tolerate” me for such a long time is nothing less than monumental. You should really pat yourselves on the back for such an achievement. I admit, reading my posts where I comment and encourage patients that have gone to doctors that I have never worked with, giving advice to posters that I have never had any personal contact with, and with no inclination of engaging with on any professional level, and assisting your members with all manner of problems based on my experience(s) in the hair transplant field as a profession, must have been absolute torture for you. The poison that you describe as having come from my participation in a thread where I was personally attacked for zero legitimate reasons is also evidence of your strength and wisdom as you clearly know something that I do not. But whom am I to question such greatness? Thank you, sincerely, for tolerating my presence. To all of the great HTN members, I’m sorry it has come to this. In case some of you are wondering what this is about, I wrote an article for a popular men’s blog that has gone viral throughout the English speaking world and in this article I outline twenty of the top hair restoration surgeons worldwide. I was then attacked, without provocation by an HTN member doctor for the sole reason of his exclusion from the article, even though I was very clear in that the list was not to be considered exhaustive or complete. The doctor saw fit to delete his posts and I in turn was happy to delete my comments back to him. No harm, no foul. However, when I questioned the additional edits by HTN moderators which included additional post deletions by members which were quoting the doctor, and comments that were left to defend me, I made a comment about the selective editing that had occurred. Ironically, one post remains by Melvin, the “co-moderator” which supports the doctors attack on me; “I don’t think that Dr. … said anything bad, in fact most of what he said is true.” My comment stands; “Some very interesting/selective editing on this topic.... “ If it has not become obvious as this point, I think that the target upon my back is getting to be a tad heavy as I do not possess the “physical and mental fortitude” that Bill obviously has that has allowed him to tolerate me for the past fifteen years. So I would like to close by saying that I have appreciated all of your comments and support through the years and I have been so blessed with watching so many of you find the follicular salvation you have been seeking. For that, my time here has been massively rewarding. With the comment made by Bill where he clearly states I’ve been helpful and haven’t broken any rules (not “blatantly” but otherwise?) it is more clear than ever that for those of you that have garnered enough knowledge to the point that you know what you’re talking about, you’re a threat to the status quo if you question those that would seek to control what you see and hear. I wish for my account to be closed and I wish you all the very best for the future. Thanks for everything. Moderators deleting or modifying this post in five, four, three… Regards Spencer ( Spex )
  2. Hi folks, What are the differences between these two surgeons? Thanks in advance.
  3. Previous thread on first procedure with Dr. K with sole goal to rebuild the frontal zone: Second procedure on January 23, 2019, approx 1200 grafts: -400 in the front to lower hairline and address left temporal recession -200 feathered behind and through mid scalp -600 on crown which were multiple hair grafts. Doc spent a lot of time this time around laying out the days plan, drew a lot of lines and took a lot of photos since we were 'refining' and not 'rebuilding' the front - eventually came up with the idea of a subtle widows peak to address my desire to lower the hairline + address left temporal recession with minimal graft usage. Needless to say, I was thrilled with the plan, it looks absolutely fantastic in the mirror, and now my fingers are crossed for good health and growth moving forward. Fully expect there will be a 3rd procedure down the road given my extensive crown loss (see prior thread), although everyone at the clinic seemed more optimistic and to said give it time. I am postop day 5 here are some pics- as expected the work is clean, negligible discomfort if any, minimal redness and i have been out and about doing stuff- pretty much nobody would really be able to tell at a quick glance that I just had a surgical procedure, except for the fading marker lines on my head!
  4. Hello all. Little background first. I visited Dr. Konior's office 4 years ago and met with his assistant. He did the consult and some of the things I left with were a $17500+ price for 2000 grafts & have to be on Propecia for the rest of my life. I was worried about the long term effects of Propecia and that was the reason I declined. After talking this summer with a doctor, they informed me how the body processes the drug and how it doesn't affect the kidneys/liver. So I wrote Dr. Konoir and he is booked out for over a year and suggested I talk to Dr. Nadimi. I met with her mid September and they had an opening October 25th. She said I do not have to be on Propecia and the price for 1500 graphs would be around $9800. I thought about it and booked it. They sent me a packet to follow and to bring with me to the procure. I had to pay $2000 to hold my spot which they allowed on a CC. The remainder you have to either mail 2 weeks before hand to make sure the check clears or bring money/cashiers check with you. If you use CC the day of, they charge an additional fee. SO... I got there Thursday morning and met with her assistants. They went through everything with me, went over some paperwork, took payment and then the Dr. came in. She took pictures, and went over the hairline I'd like and the hairline she'd suggest. I went with whatever she suggested because she's the expert. I have been shaving my head for about 2-3 years so at my consultation in September, she wanted me to grow it out. So next they shaved my head, drew all the lines and off we went. I took my valium, changed into their shirt and went into the surgery room. They took from the back right of my head, then the middle back and then the left back. I was in and out of it and it wasn't bad at all. I believe we took a break during one of the position changes, can't quite remember but whenever I needed something, they were happy to oblige. Took a longer break for lunch but my lunch wasn't there because the extraction process went better than they thought it would apparently. The comment was made throughout the extraction as to how many "triples" I had. They showed me and there were many more triples than double or single hairs in the container. Lunch break is over, I ask for more valium as I'm pretty wide awake and they oblige. They dress the back of my head, get me comfortable and I lay down. I think I slept for about 2 hours or so. Woke up after they were calling my name and said now would be a good time for a break. So I stumbled up and the nurses walked me to the bathroom. Came out and my lunch was ready in the room when I came back. I ate, drank and relaxed until the Dr. said it was time to start getting ready to finish. Laid back down and she got back at it for probably about an hour or so. They finished up and started "cleaning the area". They did this throughout the surgery. "Cleaning" it is by constantly spraying it down with saline solution. It helps to keep it from scabbing. This "cleaning" took about a half hour. They gave me all my instructions, helped me get my stuff together and even waited outside with me until my Uber came. I came back this morning for my check up. They took off the bandage in back and cleaned that up. They constantly sprayed the recipient site and I believe maybe reset a graph or 2??? I'm not sure, but I think that's what they did. They just kept saying how good it looked. I go back tomorrow for my final cleaning and to be released. Now, my thoughts: Dr. Nadimi is business like and "dry". Straight forward and business oriented. Her assistants have good personalities, keep it light and are extremely accommodating. Constantly making sure their focus is on you and how comfortable you are. Checking if you're ok and if you need anything. You really feel like you're in good hands. The consultation beforehand. Say what you are looking for. Dr. Nadimi will be straightforward with you if that's what's best. I recommend to listen to her and do whatever she says. She's not looking to make more money or to have you pay for 3000 graphs. She seems to want what will give the best results. Everything was very professional. I don't know how any of that could have gone better. My results? I'm only 32 hours removed from the surgery. I literally have zero swelling. Where the hair was transplanted to has a little red tint to it, but nothing crazy. Some of the markings are still there as they haven't all worn off yet. Here are some pics from right before I went in and was shaved, to right when I got back to the hotel. 24 hours later It looks the same. No swelling, a little more of the redness gone. They put some ointment on the back today after they took the bandage off. I really don't think you can notice anything happened in back. 4-5 days of hair growth in the back and you won't be able to see anything. So far, I'm ecstatic with where I'm at. I will try to update every month or so. So far, if you're looking for a place and you're anywhere near Chicago (I traveled 6 hours cause Dr. Konoir was supposed to be one of the top in the country), I'd recommend Dr. Nadimi in a heartbeat. Edited to add: I went in for 1500 graphs with the understanding that if she could and felt more was necessary, she'd make that call. She ended up doing 1806.
  5. Hey Melvin, I consulted with both but they were reps. Dr. Konior was my first choice but his waitlist is too far out for me unfortunately
  6. Has anyone gotten FUT and then opted for FUE to plant into the scar and it looks good/can cut much shorter? Do any cases come to mind? I know Dr. Konior posted a result on someone recently.
  7. Hello fellow forum users, here's a bit about my FUE journey and finding out something important that I did not find in my years of research prior to my first FUE. And that is, extraction punch size. A smaller punch size will help with the healing & scarring and may prevent shock loss. *Different doctors use different punches*. In 2017 I had 2700 FUE with Dr. Diep. He was an ok doctor, friendly, friendly staff, but he seems to have used a fairly large punch size, larger than what was required from my recent doctor. I was not impressed that as I was laying on the procedure chair almost falling asleep form the drugs, Dr. Diep mentioned (in a cheery joking fashion though) to move quickly as he had a concert to attend that night. Coming from out of country - Canada - that was disappointing knowing now he was confined to certain time restraints, where 2700 FUE is a big job. He was very quick with the extraction punch, I woke up for parts of it, and couldn't believe how fast someone could extract single hairs. At the time this was impressive, but now realize this may not be best practice. It seems a larger punch may enable faster extraction, but makes for more scarring and difficult healing. Dr. Diep's office also had poor follow up, as twice i had emailed sending in pictures to ask if healing looked ok or asking questions on ointment use on donor area and had no response for a while each time, so I called after a few days to a week of waiting then sure enough they would open my email and give a simple answer over the phone. I am also disappointed in having my procedure on a Saturday as Dr. Deip's office was closed on Sunday so my wife had to do my first donor area wash on Sunday. This was not ideal, but we went in Monday/Tuesday for cleaning at Dr. Diep's office. Cleaning was ok, but there was lots of pain due to how large of a procedure I had and extraction tool size. I had trouble sleeping for almost 3 weeks due to pain and the sensation in my donor area, it felt really uncomfortable and numb. I recently had 1500 FUE with another doctor, and it was quite a different experience, a smaller punch size overall, and a tiny punch size for single hairs above neck, much better healing process, almost no pain meds required during operation or days after, amazing follow up from the doctor and staff, more on that later). I got the pics down to size for easy viewing, but less detail is shown. You're welcome and sorry. Enjoy Pre-Op (2017 - Dr. Diep) Immediate PostOp (2017 - Dr. Diep) Notice extraction up to crown (some are hairs presumably susceptible to further thinning, so not ideal for transplant). Also, the extraction punch size can be seen from picture 3 is quite large. Day 1 (Dr - Diep) Day 6 (Dr. Diep) Day 10 (Dr. Diep) Day 15 (Dr. Diep) Day 33 (Dr. Diep) - Lots of what appears to be shock loss. Most of it temporary. Donor area still very red, was pretty embarrassing at work, tried to wear hat as much as possible. Terrible time Month 4 (Dr. Diep) Month 6 (Dr. Diep) - All turned out ok with this hair length. The sides show some thinning depending on how my hair is cut. The back held up much better. Month 12 - depending on hair length, thinning shows through on the side. Buzz cut is pre-op for 2nd procedure at different clinic. (Pre-Op for 2nd FUE) Overall I'm mostly ok with the results, the hairline looks pretty natural but I really dislike how large of an extraction punch was used, the scars show with a buzz cut, or if my hair is not quite combed the right way. I would recommend Dr. Diep if doing a smaller amount of grafts, and location is nice in Los Gatos. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Next procedure - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Since I did not want to go through this healing process again, I sought out another doctor. I really liked Dr. Konior's results and post-op day of procedure pics, however he was fully booked, I then spoke with the other doctor at his office, Dr. Nadimi. She was great, very knowledge and very thorough in our email's/skype coonsultation. Her reviews/results were great, so I booked in 7 months in advance. The procedure with Dr. Nadimi could honestly not have been any better, everything was great! She methodically extracted every hair by taking time to line up the punch each time (I was awake for most of procedure). Only meds I took were two valium before procedure, all pain was handled with local anaesthesia, and there was no pain during extraction/implanting (only the initial anaesthetic needles I could feel). For a couple days after I took ibuprofen just to prevent pain, but it was really good anyway and sleeping was great every night, no pain. Worst part of the whole things was sitting in a hotel confined to my room for the most part ha ha, watched lots of Netflix! I went to Dr. Nadimi's office everyday for a week after the surgery (I didn't have to, but since I was in town they requested I do so if i wanted, so I did ). They cleaned my donor for first 3 days, then I took over as it was healing great. They were super friendly and Dr. Nadimi stopped to see me each visit to see how it was healing. Here's the pics so far, everything is going well!.... (pre-op posted above as Month 12) Here's some more pics. Keep in mind, still see some scarring from first surgery, and hair is a bit thinner from already having a surgery. Enjoy. Post-Op (2018 - Dr. Nadimi) Day 2 (Dr. Nadimi) - my wife couldn't believe how small the extraction punches were Day 3 (Dr. Nadimi) - healing very well! Keep in mind there's some scarring and thinning from previous procedure. Day 8 (Dr. Nadimi) - things are going well! That's all I have for pics so far, I'm almost 2 weeks now, and everything is great!
  8. Hi everyone, I have a procedure scheduled with Dr. Nadimi out of Dr. Konior's office on 7-20-18, so I'm about 60 days out from surgery. I intend on documenting it as well as I can. This forum has been a great source of information for me and I want to pass along the help by trying to document whatever I can about the experience, my progress and results. That being said, I'm going to try to post pictures at the major milestones, i.e., before, after, 2 weeks, 1 months, and then monthly beyond that. I'll start by providing my backgrounds, I'm a 37-year-old white male and I've been losing my hair for about 17 years. I'd put myself currently at a IV or V. I've been on minoxidil for about 10 years, maybe a little more and it's done a pretty good job I'd say. At Dr. Nadimi's urging, I began taking generic fin about 20 days ago. So far I don't believe I've experienced any sides and I haven't missed a day of taking it. I intend on taking it for about a year to see if or to what degree it helps. I've read quite a bit of information concerning the sides, but you typically only find posts blasting it, although I understand the sides only occur in a small number of individuals. Regardless, I try to put that out of my mind, and to focus on taking affirmative steps to combat my hair loss. My dad is probably about a NW VII, and my brothers were both headed in that direction, but they've both chosen to shave their heads. My dad's father had a pretty good head of hair into his 90's. I believe my mom's father was about a NW VII, but he passed away in his sixties. Regardless, I've decided that since I have the option to try to take action and improve my follicular situation, I've decided to do it. I met with Dr. Nadimi on March 5th, 2018 and I really enjoyed meeting with her. She was pretty blunt with her advice and recommended a 1500 graft FUE procedure. I believe Konior's office tries to limit their FUE procedures to 1500 grafts, but I've noticed they've harvested between 100 and 200 additional grafts if its available and time permits. If it's an option, I'll certainly encourage it because I definitely have some space to cover. I've taken about 15 days off of work, so between those days and the weekends, I'll have about 17 days (including the date of the procedure) to recover. I'll be working from home to the best of my ability, so my apartment will basically be my office. I believe I'll need at least one additional procedure, but my hope is that I respond well to the fin and it stabilizes the loss and - with any luck - thickens some of my miniaturized hair requiring fewer grafts down the line. Ultimately, I'll see the full results from the HT at a point when I'll have been on fin for about 18 months, so it'll give me a better sense of the next step. Regardless, I just wanted to put my procedure on interested parties' radar in case they're interested in following along as a source of info for anyone considering booking a procedure with Dr. Nadimi. Thanks.
  9. Hi Guys! So I am a patient of Dr. Koniors and I recently moved to Medellin (I'm a dual citizen). Needless to say QUALITY is something that I don't skimp on (hence my choice in Dr. Konior). The only surgeon "close" by that has a vast amount of credibility is Dr. Nader in Mexico, however that isn't quite even in the area (or continent). There are no really solid threads on trusted FUE surgeons in Colombia so I wanted to start a conversation about who has had first hand experience with RESEARCH and RECEIVING AN ACTUAL TRANSPLANT in Colombia. After doing some research these are the names I've come up with: Bogota: Rene Rodriguez Medical - https://2rmd.com This guy has a ton of content with artists to the average joe, youtube videos, and a flawless rating in just about every social media platform. Medellin: Dr. Hector Garcia - http://implantecapilar.com.co/secciones-85-s/dr-hctor-garca.htm This surgeon appears to be very professional without a whole lot of gaudy success stories or youtube videos (there are some that offer success stories). I wish there was more evidence of success stories, as this type of surgeon who specializes in FUE and isn't real big on advertising always appeals to me. Cali: Dr. Reina - https://www.transplantesdecabellocolombia.com/calvicie-implante-capilar/ I've come across this woman in my research and she has a lot of good content with her at conferences in the United States, with some images of results on her page. I noticed she does FUT (strip) so not sure if thats a red flag or not, but she appears to be a true hair restoration specialist. Dr. Carlos Triana - https://www.crecehaircenter.com/trasplante-capilar.html This guy belongs to the American Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (is that credential enough?) that I can't say for sure. He has his own brand of hair care products "Crece" and appears to be dedicated to the craft. PLEASE KEEP THE CONVERSATION ON TOPIC AND LETS SEE IF WE CAN CONFIRM OUR GO TO HAIR TRANSPLANT SURGEON IN COLOMBIA.
  10. History before My Hair Transplant Surgery- I first noticed my hair loss at the age of 24,I began to notice thinning in my crown area along with receding hairline. As a result I started feeling self-conscious in public. I naturally have very fine hair which has always made it a challenge to cover up my receding thinner areas. Next Steps And Why I Chose Dr Konior:- At my 30’s, hair loss was at its worse. After trying numerous different shampoos and products available on the market with no improvement, I started researching the possibility of a hair transplant. After a long process of narrowing down few surgeons by reading through the websites, blogs and chatting with few senior members in this forum (which truely helped me a lot), I couldn’t stop noticing that Dr.Konior had one of the best reputation in the lot with great results. Finally I decided to pull the trigger and scheduled a meeting in person with Dr Konior last year.After examining my hair, he suggested that since I have a weak donor area (specially on both the sides), my case needs to be handelled strategically. The best way to proceed would be to go through a combination of FUE and FUT to get desired number Of grafts.I felt very confident after meeting him and decided to book my surgery with him. It felt like a perfect choice and worth waiting an year (because of his busy schedule).Dr konior and his office staff has always been available from the very begining until the day of my surgery. Experience on the Surgery Day:- On the day of my surgery, the staff and doctor were very gentle and cordial to all my needs and my questions. Doctor took an hour to analyse my hair, scalp, designing my hairline and strategy to proceed with combination of both FUT and FUE. We decided to focus on a decent frontal look for now and leave the crown area for future. He also examined my beard and chest hair for future use and luckily it has potential of another 3000 grafts in case a need arise in future to use them. After a 12 hour surgery(which went very smooth), I was thrilled to see my new hair line. I must say Dr konior is very knowledgeable and hard working. He was present throughout my entire surgery and managed to get around 2500 grafts of my week donor area. It has been 3 days post my surgery and I have been going daily to the clinic for check up and cleaning. I felt that comfort and personnel attention from the staff during all my visits. I am waiting for my hair to grow now!! Very excited!! Below are some of my pre and post op pictures.
  11. UPDATE: I just got done with a consultation with DR. HECTOR GARCIA. The cost for the consultation came out to be $20.00, however he told me to forget about it as the ATM wasn't working and they didn't accept cards. I was told during my consultation that I have very poor (looking) donor area, and that my previous surgeries with Dr. Konior likely took my best grafts. It seemed like Dr. Garcia has a bleak outlook on how successful we can be moving forward with my hair transplants. I DID APPRECIATE THE HONESTY AND A GOOD SIGN HE'S NOT JUST TRYING TO GET GET A QUICK BUCK. He suggested around 1000 grafts and then I was provided a quote of around $4,200 USD. I thought the quote had been a mistake as I know NOBODY in Colombia is paying that much money for 1000 grafts, but it was correct. I sent a message to inquire as to why I was being charged that and I was told because my donor area was difficult to extract from and was going to take careful attention.... SUMMARY: I think Dr. Garcia is likely a good surgeon, however I think he tried to give me "gringo" pricing which I didn't much appreciate as I'm Colombian and know better. STAY TUNED FOR MY OTHER CONSULTATIONS!
  12. Hello everyone, So I decided to go for Dr. Konior during the summer of 2017 and got a reservation for August 8th, 2018. I was 29 at the time and had some pretty extensive frontal balding going on. I had been balding mostly in the front from around age 18 - so pretty early. Luckily I had a decent amount of hair throughout my 20's, but in 2017 I decided I had to do something about my problem. The main issue I had was with people subconsciously scanning my hairline trying to figure out what the problem was up there. The framing in my face was gone and it was constantly drawing eyes, which was not fun. I tried to shave it all off at one point, and although it did look ok, I just didn't feel comfortable with it. The balding was still quite visible, even with a shaved head. I'm sure I would've learned to settle into it, but having hair is always better. It was a year long wait, but finally in August of 2018 I flew out to Chicago, from Norway. I had a few concerns heading into the procedure. One of them was my allergy. I had some pretty bad allergic skin breakouts at the time, and I was also allergic to penicillin, so it was not a good start to the journey ! But the Doctor and his staff were really professional and nice, which made things easier. We decided that it would be ok to skip the antibiotic pills, and instead just use the antibiotic ointment for the postop. Thinking about it now, I'm very glad that I did. Antibiotics wreck havoc on your system, and the risk of infection is tiny with a good clinic and proper wound care. Another concern was nerve damage around the donor area. I'm a bit of a skinny person, so I felt like my nerves would be closer to the surface than other people, but this turned out to be a non-issue. Full sensation returned to the donor area within a couple of months. I think this is due to the fact that he's a great surgeon. I even told him I was worried about it right before he was about to remove the strip, which might've made him be even more careful. Dr. Konior is the only hair transplant surgeon I know of with a cosmetic surgery background, so you're in good hands when it comes to all that. At this point, I have no numbness at all there. I sleep very comfortably. The recipient area is still slightly numb though, but I think that's normal. It's been cut over 3000 times, so it's to be expected. I don't notice the numbness there unless I bump my head into something. If I touch with my fingers it feels ok. And finally, to all the people worrying about when the results will come. Be patient. I was a bit of a slow grower myself. It takes time for the transplanted hair to settle in and mature, and for the blood vessels to grow strong. But, make sure you do a lot of research before you pick your surgeon. You want skilled hands operating on you. -- Anyway, here are some pre-op pics.
  13. Hey everyone, I'm about two days out from my ~2300 graft FUT procedure with Dr. Konior. As often happens with Konior, he initially quoted me 1500 grafts but wound up going all the way up to 2300 to pack everything in more densely. It was one of the smoothest and most painless medical experiences of my life, and the whole thing took about 12 hours. I'd take a hair transplant over getting cavities filled at the dentist any day. I'd like to start by thanking the past Konior patients who have documented their procedures so thoroughly. Spanker, Reyes1, SamSpade, and the various Matts (among others) posted incredibly detailed threads that helped make my choice of surgeon very easy. I hope that I can continue in their tradition with another well documented write-up. Pre Surgery I was 28 and probably a NW2.5 or 3 prior to this surgery, and my main goal was to restore my receded hairline and fill in the temples. I've been on finasteride and minoxidil for several years and they've definitely slowed things down, but there are a few spots that have slowly continued to thin (including in back...but it looks worse in one of the below photos than it really is). I plan to continue both meds for the rest of my life, and will likely have additional "tune up" surgeries down the line to maintain what I have. Dr. Konior actually suggested a low dose pill version of minoxidil for those who find the application of Rogaine to be tedious (I only apply the foam once per night because it's such a pain in the ass). I spent months reading about hair transplants and researching doctors until I finally narrowed it down to Konior, Rahal, and Hasson (I had already decided to stay within North America). There's no question that all three are hairline masters, but there were a few things that stood out about Konior that steered me in his direction: 1. His relative conservatism and focus on long term strategy would be a great check on my own desire to be as aggressive as possible. 2. If you look at his cases, it's pretty clear that he is often able to do with 1500 grafts what most surgeons need 2500 or even 3000 grafts to achieve. Konior's ability to make every graft count really speaks to his artistry and perfectionism, which is of course another big advantage for young patients like me who need to use every single graft very judiciously. 3. He performs one surgery a day and as others have pointed out, does virtually the entire surgery himself -- donor extraction, lateral slit incisions, and graft placement. I do think one or two of his techs placed some of the grafts, but he supervised them meticulously and I overheard him tweaking anything that didn't look perfect. This isn't to say that technician-heavy clinics are inherently flawed -- many techs at other clinics have years of experience and are truly skilled workers -- but ultimately, I felt that a tech-heavy approach would add another level of risk that I'd prefer to do without. 4. Konior's year long wait list and relatively high price speak volumes, especially since he does minimal marketing and is pretty selective when taking on new patients. These things may seem like "cons" at first glance, but over time I came to see them as major "pros." A hair transplant is something that will affect your appearance for the rest of your life, and I knew that 10, 20, or 30 years from now I'd care a lot more about having picked the right hairline than saving a few thousand dollars. More often than not, you get what you pay for -- and plastic surgery is not an industry where you want to look for a bargain. 5. Konior's immediate post op photos have a really clean and distinctive look, with very little blood compared to most other surgeons' graft zones after surgery. I've always found it very satisfying to look at his post op photos and notice the precision of the graft angles and placement. The Surgery One thing that isn't often discussed on here is the feeling of oh shit that kicks in as your surgery date approaches. As soon as I realized my surgery was a month away, the reality of the situation hit me hard: was I seriously about to fly to Chicago and undergo surgery just to give myself better hair? Eventually the excitement started to outweigh the fear, but it was for sure an emotional rollercoaster until I finally arrived at Konior's office at 6:30 AM. Once I checked in with the doctor's staff, I finished my paperwork and wrote down my lunch order. Everyone was very kind and conscientious, and at around 7 the doctor came in to discuss the surgical plan. As Dr. Konior and I settled into our initial conversation, I immediately felt my anxiety begin to fade. He really took his time to discuss his hair loss philosophy, crack a few jokes, and field a few questions that I had. He seemed totally relaxed and in no hurry to push things along, and by the time we moved on to drawing the hairline I felt totally at ease. Helping a patient feel comfortable during that first meeting is a genuine, underrated skill and it really helped to set the tone for the entire day. He then had me draw my version of a hairline -- I wanted it lowered just a bit with my temples filled in, and I asked him to pack it as "densely as he thought would be ethical". Konior took one look at the hairline I drew and said something like, "yep, I know what you want" as though he'd seen it a million times before. He then spent about 45 minutes drawing his own version of the hairline, erasing and re-drawing parts of it over and over again until he thought it was perfect. He took pictures from several different angles while doing so, and every now and then he'd pause to stare at my hairline the way a painter looks at his work while trying to get those last brush strokes just right. It was easy to see how Konior's artistry and surgical precision are a super effective combination. When the doctor handed me a mirror to look at his proposed hairline, I was ecstatic (the hairline he drew is visible in the pics I've attached). I had worried that he'd push for something more conservative, but what he drew turned out to be pretty much exactly what I'd hoped for. So I basically told him I wouldn't change a thing and the process continued. I felt even more relief when I learned that he would only have to shave a small portion of my existing hair to create the new hairline. I've seen a lot of Konior cases where patients went for the full shave, and I really hoped I wouldn't have to go down that route and thus experience a much longer "ugly duckling" phase. When he wound up just shaving a few useless miniaturized hairs in front, I felt pretty confident that in another week or two I'd be able to cover up the work without wearing a hat. As someone who wanted to get back to work and my social life as soon as possible, this was a HUGE weight off my shoulders. With my last major fear assuaged, I was genuinely excited to get started. They gave me some valium and had me lay face down while the doctor got ready to remove the strip. I have a pretty low pain tolerance and a very strong fear of needles, but I have to say that the numbing shots were the least painful shots I have ever experienced. They used some sort of vibrating device on my skin next to the injections, which made the actual shots feel like nothing. I barely noticed when the strip actually came out, and then they gave me a bathroom break and got ready to start the incisions. I was given more valium throughout the day and for the most part I felt restful but awake. I dozed off a couple times and woke back up mid-snore, but for the most part I just chilled out and focused on staying perfectly still while Konior and his techs did their thing. Occasionally I'd feel some soreness in back and they'd have to re-numb me -- the re-numbing shots were actually a little more painful, but that's probably because I waited too long to ask for them (the doctor was really in the zone so I was hesitant to interrupt). As mentioned earlier, he did have two techs present during graft placement but I'm pretty sure he placed most of them himself while the techs would pass him the grafts that had been dissected. It definitely sounded like he placed the most important grafts himself, such as the 1s along the hairline. At around 6:30 PM, the surgery was finally complete. Konior and his team put in roughly a 12 hour day in total: 2 hours of conversation and planning the hairline, followed by 10 hours of performing the surgery itself. Compared to what I was expecting, the entire day felt like a series of best case scenarios -- I got exactly the hairline I wanted, felt close to no pain whatsoever, and was able to keep enough existing hair to (hopefully) cover up the procedure after another week or two. Konior's staff was nice enough to give me a ride to the Comfort Suites that evening, which I really appreciated because I was not looking forward to interacting with strangers in my post surgical state. In fact, I didn't end up having to interact with anyone -- the Comfort Suites have a back entrance you can open with your room key, and my room was right next to the back door. So yet another small anxiety was eliminated. I don't think I could have asked for a better experience. Immediate post op pics are below (I circled a small mole in the final pic for added perspective):
  14. Hey everybody! I wanted to share my recent experience with Dr. Konior and his staff. I just had a FUE procedure done to enhance my receding hairline. I was scheduled for 1,500 grafts for frontal hair restoration and if possible a touch on the crown. I arrived at the office around 6am and was greeted by his staff. When Dr. K arrived we chatted for a bit and then started drawing a realistic and symmetrical hairline. I will say he took his time doing this both by eye and by using a camera to tweak anything needing changed until it was perfect. Once the operation began I was given Valium for comfort. I will say it helped as you are laying on both sides for an extended period of time and I think it helped time pass a bit quicker. Once the procedure was complete I could not have been happier! I have a new hairline and he had enough grafts to touch up a small area of my crown. I will say this about Dr. K and his staff, they have chemistry and they know how to work well with each other. They have over 20 years of experience working side by side and they all know what to do and what needs to be done. Dr. K demands excellence, this one thing I personally admire about him and his work, I honestly do not feel there are many surgeons like him, so, if you are thinking about hair restoration and are in search of a doctor you can trust, look no further. Over the course of the next three days I went in for several cleanings, all exceptional and well worth it. Pics listed unfortunately are on my iPhone but the results can still be seen clearly. Pics include pre op hairline drawn with buzzed head, and post op pics at the hotel. Again not the best pics but I think they do justice. I am not afraid of my identity being known as I am willing to tell people about my procedure. Let me know if I am missing anything or have any questions. I don’t know how many 1, 2, 3, 4s,, I have yet but I know Dr K got what he wanted.
  15. She's great! I've only seen a few of her results posted on here, but her style and approach seem very similar to Konior's. I was actually hoping I'd get to meet her but we didn't end up crossing paths. Konior's tech Anya mentioned that Nadimi posts a lot of her results on Instagram...here's the link: https://www.instagram.com/dr.saharnadimi
  16. Thanks for the detailed write up @RecessionProof! Did you happen research much on Dr. Nadimi? I'm considering her for a potential session since her schedule is more available than Konior
  17. Hello everyone, Today is the 2 month anniversary of my 1700 FUE with Dr. Konior on October 19th. I've been a long time lurker of these forums and not much of a participant, but I've been researching hair transplants for years ever since I started to lose my hair back when I was about 20 years old. This year, I finally decided to pull the trigger. Background I first started losing my hair at age 20. This was very stressful and a huge hit to my self confidence, and I started doing everything I could to combat the loss. Unfortunately I had read far too much about negative side effects from Propecia and did not start it right away (huge mistake that I still regret). Instead, I used methods with very low effectiveness such as the laser comb and Nioxin. 4 years later, with my hair loss getting worse, I finally decided to see a dermatologist to talk about Propecia and he greatly eased my concerns about the drug. Told me that the vast majority of his patients have zero side effects, and that I should start immediately. I ordered generic finasteride online and started it right away along with Rogaine foam and 2x / week Nizoral. Within just a month, I noticed tons of new hairs coming back. A year later, I recovered more than 50% of what I lost, and at the time I was ecstatic. Since then, my hair loss has remained mostly stable, and I honestly can't tell if I've lost any more hair over the past 10 years. But I was still very much bothered by having a see-through hairline, and because of a bald spot in the front center of my head that never recovered, I always had to comb my hair to the center as a mini combover to cover the loss (pic below). Choosing Dr. Konior Like I said, I've been on this forum for years, and I have not seen a single bad result from Dr. Konior, or any unhappy patients. Also, I had emailed Dr. Konior 4 years ago for a virtual consultation, and he was by far the most communicative and thorough in his responses to me. I had also considered Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Dorin, and Dr. Wesley. This year, I decided it was time book a procedure. I had the money saved up and I was completely ready to go. Dr. Konior had been concerned about the quality of my donor area in the initial consultation via email. I had taken photos in very bright light and in the photos my donor area looked sparse. To make sure this wasn't an issue, I took a day trip to Chicago just to meet with Dr. Konior and have a proper in-person consultation earlier this summer. I was told that I was a good candidate and that I would need somewhere between 1000-2000 grafts to recreate the hairline and densify the frontal region. During this consultation, my decision to go with Dr. Konior was solidified. He was direct, upfront, extremely knowledgeable, and very detail-oriented. If I had to choose one word to describe him, I would say "perfectionist". I was originally booked for May 2019, but luckily a cancelation came up and I was able to get a spot for much earlier. The Day Of The Operation Long story short, having an operation with Dr. Konior and his staff was honestly the best medical experience I've ever had. Everyone was so professional, meticulous, and kind throughout the whole day - and for the 2 days of follow-up - that I was completely blown away. I won't get into all of the details (unless anybody has specific questions) but one thing that immediately impressed me was that Dr. Konior must have spent an hour just drawing and redesigning my hairline until he thought it was absolutely perfect. Like I said, perfectionist. I sat there still and quiet just letting the master do his work. When I finally got a mirror and was able to see the line he drew, I was thrilled. It was EXACTLY what I wanted, a slightly lower hairline, drawn naturally, with a bit filled in at the temples. It was a very, very long day. I arrived at the office at 6am and I didn't get back to the Comfort Suites hotel until around 10:30pm. It was virtually pain free and even the numbing injections didn't really bother me. The hardest part was having to sit still for long periods of time, as it was tough to find a comfortable position. After some trial and error, I figured out what worked for me and the rest was pretty easy. The First 2 Months Aside from the embarrassment of walking through the airport looking like a mutant, and constantly worrying about hitting my head on something, the first couple weeks of post-op care was pretty easy overall. Dr. Konior's instructions were very well laid out and I didn't really have any issues aside from some general anxiety about losing / damaging grafts. The one thing that is more difficult than I anticipated, even after being a member of this forum for years, is the ugly duckling phase. Most of the grafts shed by Week 3 and I also had some shock loss in the recipient area, leaving me with a very awkward, uneven look which you can see in my photos. I've been in hiding from most of my friends for the last couple months and only now starting to feel more confident going out to social events, even though my hair looks worse than ever. Other than that, I'm patiently waiting for the growth to start. I think I've already seen some sprouts here and there, but nothing substantial at all, and of course it's far too early for that anyway. I'm just happy that at this point, since my native hair is getting longer each week, I'm looking less like a freak and more like a guy with bad frontal loss. Photos This is what I know most people want to see, and I've been taking photos regularly since the operation to keep track of my progress. The photos are presented in the following order: - Pre-op dry - Pre-op wet - Pre-op in sunlight - Pre-op at an angle - Pre-op combover - Night of operation - Day 1 - Day 1 donor area - Week 1 - Week 2 - Week 3 (notice the shedding!) - Week 4 - Week 4 donor (very happy with how undetectable this looks at this length) - Month 2 In my last pic, the one from today, the whole top of my head was trimmed by my barber to try to even it out and match it with the thinness in the front of my head. Normally that area looks a lot thicker. Well, that's all for now! Special thanks to everyone on this forum, but particularly guys like Spanker, 1978matt, and Reyes1 who posted extensively about their experiences with Dr. Konior. I'm sure I am missing other Dr. Konior patients who have posted on here, and thanks to you as well, but I can't remember all the usernames. Will try to keep this thread regularly updated, and also happy to answer any questions if you have them.
  18. RAPHAEL84 yes everything you said is correct in relation to using precious grafts to disguise the FUT scar. All the other points with laxity and personal circumstances you raised are very appropriate also. However the overall mathematical gain of grafts would or should be higher overall if one was to go the FUT route and then for peace of mind later disguise the scar with FUE. Choosing your surgeon is critical and one that can carry out an FUT procedure and has a solid reputation of leaving behind only a pencil line scar is a must. Of course personal healing will play its part also. Preparation by the patient months in advance of surgery in the form of scalp laxity exercises can be very beneficial also. So overall if we take into account the above and very important point what RecessionProof stated regarding what Dr. Konior said about using approx 300 grafts to cover a FUT scar. You would and should not need to waste a large number of precious grafts. Thats because he is a top surgeon and many like him that wont leave you with a scar that will need a thousand grafts to disguise. As we know grafts are precious. Again its very important to choose a surgeon with a solid reputation, dont make the mistake and go to the cheapest surgeon and think, "ah well ", you can fix the scar later if it dosent work out , in that case its to late and you would only be fooling yourself , and to put it like this ,using the old saying....... " ROBBING PETER TO PAY PAUL " As we know everybody circumstances are unique. As we know choosing a surgeon with a solid reputation is a must . Not the cheapest . ...DISCUSS WITH YOUR DOCTOR... ......................Paddy.............
  19. Hey guys, first time user here. I just got a price offer from Dr. Konior for a 3000 graft FUT procedure. He wants $18,500 for it. I also checked the Shapiro website, and it seems like they will do it for $14,000. I like Dr. Konior and his results, but the price is quite steep. What do you guys think I should do? edit: I decided to go with Dr. Konior as he offered to do it for his old fee, since that is what we had discussed about a year ago. I think that was very honorable of him.
  20. Just a quick update on my situation - Dr Konior has reverted to me. His quote is 12$ per graft. On the higher side, but the wait is making it unworkable. May 2020 is the date he is offering now. Have a good conversation going with Dr Feriduni. He has recommended 200-2500 grafts. FUE cost a bit over 5 Euro per graft. Dates available in July, August, September so quite workable. Waiting for a reply from Dr. Bisanga, Hattingen and Dr Feritas. Dr Freitas takes 2-3 months to give a treatment plan and quote. I guess I will decide between the above Doctors. From the results I have reviewed seems like Dr. K is in a class of his own. Thanks to all for their recommendations. This is work in progress. S
  21. Konior, Hasson and Wong, and Shapiro are top FUT doctors. I'm sure there are more, but those are the ones I'm familiar with. I think Dr. Feller, Bloxham and Cooley are pretty good too, but I haven't done that much research on them. If you do another big FUE session your donor area is most likely gonna be done, but if you opt for FUT you're still gonna have areas above and below the scar to take from. It's pretty simple math. Plus, FUT is cheaper if money is an issue for you.
  22. This will be a very good result, it is already a good one. Dr.Konior knows how to use his grafts to the best possible result.
  23. Well I thought I’d start by describing how the day went as that’s what most people are interested in and will talk about some other useful stuff in another post… So my procedure day had finally arrived and I was collected from the hotel by Tom (the office manager) at 6am. On arrival I met Lisa who is the lead technician and has worked with Dr Konior for years. With Tom I went through some paperwork, basically signing up to the number of grafts, consent forms and checklists etc. Lisa came in to check my blood pressure and was shortly followed by the Dr. I’m a bit hazy on the details but basically he said we would essentially be doing 2 x 2,000 graft strip surgeries one after the other because the stick and place method of grafting would take a lot of time. The entire strip would be cut in the morning but half would be left in place until the afternoon. It was also suggested that if any sensations above a ‘pinch’ were felt during any stage of the procedure I should make him aware of it. That way we could keep on top of any discomfort. We then moved on to the hairline design. I was handed a cotton swab and asked to outline the shape of where I’d like it. I went pretty conservative. I’m almost 35 and would rather have a solid front 1/2 than a solid front 1/3rd…Anyway, the Dr then got the marker out and drew something way better which would reduce the size of the corners but still covered the front half. It looked great and I couldn’t have made it any better however, I did suggest using some grafts to improve the temple points. They have faded away but not moved since I was in my teens. Next up I had to stand next to the famous green screen for the pre-op photos. I was also given the first couple of shots of valium. One of the techs gave me a disposable shirt to wear so I put that on and was given a restroom opportunity and then led into the surgical room. After the valium you don’t really feel any nerves. First up you lie face down with your head on a donut shaped head support. I was awake for the strip removal but not sure how long it took. It must have been about an hour. There was obviously the shaving of the site and a lot of masking tape to hold adjacent hair back. The numbing shots were sharp but not that bad. My ears were covered with pads as part of the prep by the techs but I could hear the suction device (Spanker told me what that was for the next day) and I think I heard the strip coming out though it didn’t really bother me at all – I’ve seen it done before (the wonders of YouTube). The only minor problem I had was a lack of circulation to my left arm but managed to shift my shoulder into a better position. I got another break and some Gatorade and a snack for 10mins while the room set up was changed, plus another valium pill. It was now time to lie on my back for the planting of the grafts. It must have been about 9am but the next thing I remember is the Dr telling me where I was. It had now fast forwarded to 1:45pm. It was around this time I had the Turkey sandwich lunch that Tom had mentioned in the morning (you can choose alternatives). From then on I can just remember being in a daze, hearing some discussion about needle sizes and grafts, and mentioning to the Dr and Lisa when I started to feel ‘pinching’ sensations. Eventually we broke again for the second part of the strip removal but that only took 10 minutes. I can remember the tugging of the sutures and sound of the staples going in. Everything was well drilled and efficiently done. The last thing I can remember is the temple point work which must have been completed just gone 12. We were all done and dusted and I remember being back in the consultation room being handed a mirror to look at the work and given instructions for the medications. I was driven back to the hotel by one of the techs.. (There was no time for post op photos so they were taken a couple of days later instead.) So that’s all there is to it really. It wasn’t until the day after Dr Konior said it was a really tough day getting the grafts to stay in properly. From my perspective I didn’t know any better so if that is as bad as it gets for the patient then let me tell you you will have nothing to worry about. I came in the following 3 days for a clean up and ended up changing my flight home to a day later. I had a tough time with the swelling but with constant icing I kept it away from my eyes. Apart from that there was no significant discomfort at all. You just have to make sure you follow the medication regime. I have to say that everyone at the office was extremely nice and hardworking, even coming in on their days off. Overall the Dr was very pleased with the healing the following couple of days in both recipient and donor – very little redness or scabbing and some small signs of growth. The staples came out on Day 2 and I didn’t feel a thing. Additional thanks to ... aka Spanker for his special guest appearance! Nice to meet Aaron1234 as well, albeit briefly.
  24. All great inputs from knowledgeable folks. I am currently evaluating doctors for my HT which I plan later in the year. I am considering Feriduni, Hattingen, Freitas (long wait ), Lorenzo (No reply!) and Dr. Konior. I am a NW 3A with thinning in the frontal area. Require hairline design and work, temples, and frontal head. I am looking at somewhere between 3000 - 3500 grafts. Would like to be a bit aggressive. Youthful hairlines are always more appealing to me. I am willing to travel to get the best result. I am 55 and expect this to be my last HT. Have had one before with Dr Ron Shapiro in 2004. Quite satisfied with his work. Who would you recommend specifically for hairline, temple, and frontal density? I am looking for the best in class doctor. I don't need a doctor who is good for mega-sessions or who can cover more real-estate. Thanks folks, Appreciate the input.
  25. While I don’t doubt Dr. Couto is an excellent surgeon, one thing you have to take into account is that 90% of his work is on Spanish patients who have just about the best hair to transplant. Not saying I wouldn’t put him top 5, but that’s an important factor. Dr Lorenzo also deserves a mention Dr Hasson is my personal top pick for obvious reasons Dr Wong is also up there Dr Konior seems to be another great and surgical surgeon I agree with Dr Ferudini also Dr Shipiro x2 Dr Alexander Dr Diep That’s probably my 10 personal favourites not in order, my top 3 in order would probably be 1)Hasson 2)Konior 3)Lorenzo/Couto
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